Topper differences

Mike asked 9th October 2017

What’s the difference in experience . between the Laurel and latex toppers please?

1 answer

Lee Lelant Staff answered 8 months ago

Good Morning Mike, 
 
Thank you for your question.
 
The Laygel Hybrid Mattress Topper provides a softer overall comfort layer. It’s 60kg density means that it’s softer than our standard 70kg density that the other 2 toppers have. Laygel moulds to your body in a similar way to memory foam but is far less heat retentive so if you identify as a hot sleeper this would be brilliant. 
 
The Latex 100% Natural Topper comes in with a density of 70kg meaning that is medium overall but is the firmer of our topper range. Again, latex provides a similar sink sensation to memory foam but is a very different feel overall. The similarity here is that latex is again a cool material providing a cool sleep surface. 
 
We always recommend trying a mattress for at least 4 weeks before adding a topper as you need to get a true feel for it. A topper will provide protection to the mattress as well as firm down any mattress that is too firm. 
 
I hope this has answered your questions fully but if you do have any further queries then please don’t hesitate to contact me on 0161 945 3757.
 
Kind Regards, Lee.